On almost every street you'll see a terrifying epidemic.
"It's everywhere. You know everywhere you look unfortunately," said officer Edward Chung of the Columbus Police Department
Heroin is a disease gripping the Hilltop and so many other neighborhoods and Officer Chung is right in the middle of it.
"We had one where the guy purchased, shot up and then drove away. Probably no more than two blocks away he had passed out over the wheel on Sullivant Avenue with the car still in drive," said Chung.
That man almost died until Chung saved his life in the road.
"I've personally administered nine, been on 10 overdoses," he said.
It's not often you hear someone say thank you for saving their life. Chung has heard it nine times. He's administered more Naloxone than any other Columbus police officer in the last four months. Officer Chung says he blocks his emotions to get the job done.
"I have seen them on the streets after they've been revived. They'll walk up to me and say thank you," said Officer Chung
Officer Chung doesn't just walk away from every overdose run. Instead, he goes above and beyond to stick around.
"We sat and talked for 20 minutes. [He] couldn't believe that he was dead and brought back to life and he was thankful. I let him use the phone to call his mother and he just wanted to tell her that he loved her," said Chung.
That was a moment of victory for Officer Chung to savor amid the ravages of heroin in the Hilltop.